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Martin Schultz

I can answer questions related to preparing a business for sale, and evaluating a business for acquisition. Also questions about creating liquidity for shareholders by merging with an existing public company, or taking the business public.

Dan Eberhart

Oil and gas; mergers and acquisitions; oilfield services; starting a business

C. Adam Jansen

How to buy any business, step by step, large or small. All questions as to ongoing operations and promotions, advertising and sales increases. How to finance the purchase and structure it for an offer as well as financing. Additionally anything related to the acquisition of a public company though a tender offer, proxy contest to gain control of it. Any questions about LBO's ( leveraged buyouts).

David K. Staub

I am a business and tax attorney and have spent more than 30 years assisting people in buying, selling, merging and spinning off businesses. I can answer questions on the mergers and acquisitions process and the related legal issues, in general. Topics can include structuring the transaction, negotiating the deal, conducting due diligence, and more. I can also guide people to find sources for answers to specific legal questions which cannot be answered in a forum of this nature.

Michael Gravel

Questions regarding the valuation, merger acquisition, brokerage or selling of internet businesses.

Brett A. Cenkus

I can handle a wide range of questions about buying and selling businesses, including financial, strategic, cultural, and legal questions. Examples of questions I am able to answer are questions about valuation, business rationale of M&A transactions, cultural fit and implementation, and contract and other legal matters.

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